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Weekly Treat of Parenting Memes for the Moms and Dads Who Need a Good Laugh Out Loud (November 25, 2022)

You survived thanksgiving and deserve all the memes for it.
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A compilation of funny tweets by parents about parenting

The Funniest Parenting Tweets of the Week (November 24, 2022)

Happy Thanksgiving, parents! Today might not be the most leisurely parenting day of the year, but I believe you all will get through it. You're about to enter prime “threatening your kids with Santa” season, and I support you all the way. Nothing will whip a kid into shape better than their fear of the naughty list.
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People Share Their Families Deepest Darkest Secrets

Family secrets are hit or miss. You can either discover something super rad about the people you see during Christmas and Thanksgiving or realize that they really are horrible people deep down. When you're a kid, every piece of new information you learn about your extended family feels like a long-hidden family secret. Even if this is not true by definition, I believe that anything once unknown to you that you learn about your family counts as a family secret. My grandma worked for a TV station…
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Weekly Treat of Parenting Memes for the Moms and Dads Who Need a Good Laugh Out Loud (November 18, 2022)

You know it's going to be a good day when you're able to drink your coffee while it's still hot.
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A compilation of funny and relatable tweets about parenting and kids

The Funniest Parenting Tweets of the Week (November 17, 2022)

Not to brag, but my parents are extremely rad. I know that not everyone has great relationships with their parents and that some of the readers of this piece might be orphans, but I, for one, am in neither of those camps. My dad is literally one of the funniest people I know. He is a master songwriter and has been singing and writing his original jingles for as long as I can remember. When I was a kid, I used to wake up at 5:30 in the morning to sit at the breakfast table and read the funnies w…
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Dude With Dwarfism Gets Petty Revenge on Patronizing Stranger, Starts Thread on How to Speak to Kids About Difference

That mom overstepped the mark
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A story about a Karen who wanted her son to give her his bosses number so she could check up on him at work.

Invasive Karen "Needs" Her Son's Bosses Number So She Can Check Up On Him At Work

It's hard to let the baby bird leave the nest. Many parents struggle to balance being involved in their kids' lives and being overly involved. I understand the struggle! At one point, you had to work day in and day out to ensure this young human survived. Flash forward a few years, and they seem like they don't need you anymore. This transition can be challenging for parents, but it's of the utmost importance that parents give kids, especially their adult kids, space to function without them. T…
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Weekly Treat of Parenting Memes for the Moms and Dads Who Need a Good Laugh Out Loud (November 11, 2022)

Good parenting etiquette definitely includes being able to laugh at parenting things.
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A compilation of funny tweets by parents about parenting

The Funniest Parenting Tweets of the Week (November 10, 2022)

One of the most prominent stereotypes about parents is that once someone has kids, something shifts in their brain that makes them feel like the most esoteric bearer of ancient, once unknown knowledge. They smugly remark on how different the world looks now that they've got kids, implying that they've got something far more important in their lives than anything a childless person could be doing. Although I understand how annoying this can be for those on the receiving end of these takes, I kin…
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A story about cruel parents who sell their son's cat on Facebook Marketplace behind his back

Cruel Parents Sell Son's Pet Cat Behind His Back

So evil
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A story about a crazy Karen who gets angry at a mother for explaining pregnancy to her young son

Delusional Karen Scolds Mother For Explaining Pregnancy To Her Son

Sex Education is one of those topics that some people have a challenging time breaching with their kids. My parents were never the kind of people to try to tell me some hogwash about a stork and a baby; They were not in the business of baloney. I don't remember the exact moment when I realized what sex was because it was more of a gradual conversation throughout many years and, therefore, not so shocking to me. The one thing I do remember about our most memorable birds and the bees talk is that…
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Weekly Treat of Parenting Memes for the Moms and Dads Who Need a Good Laugh Out Loud (November 4, 2022)

To love your child is to laugh at memes about your child.
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Weekly Internet Roundup 11/04/22: Heidi's a Worm, Eight Hour Shifts Suck, and Candy Trashing Moms Suck More

Plus: what's up with East 81st Street Deli?
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A story about a weird mother telling Twitter that she forgot to throw out her kids Halloween candy and getting roasted over it

Cruel Mother "Forgets" To Throw Away Her Children's Halloween Candy, Get Roasted By Twitter

Twitter has a new main character this week, complete with a wild and unexpected backstory. I've found that most of the “Twiter Main Characters” tend to be parents who make mind-numbing decisions regarding raising their family. One of the most infamous of these characters is the Bean Dad, who sat idly by and watched his young daughter struggle to open a can of beans with a can opening for hours without helping her. Earlier this year, a parent described supporting their adopted kid's emotional ne…
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Weird Stepdad Thinks Wife's 16-Year-Old Daughter Should Pay for Everything Herself

It's good to teach kids about financial responsibility throughout their lives, but forcing them to buy everything themselves is not the way to do that. One redditor opened up about her spiteful husband, who seems to think it's totally fine to make her 16-year-old daughter feel guilt-ridden every time she wants something. Because the teenager has a part-time job, her stepdad will apparently say “you have money, buy it yourself” anytime she asks for something. When the girl's mom asked Reddit if…
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Funny parenting memes for moms and dads

Funniest Parenting Memes From This Week That Are Painfully Relatable

Don't stress—your kids will still love you even after you secretly throw away some of their art.
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